Graduate Programs Info Nights 2018

Meet with faculty and students from the program to help answer your questions about courses, the learning environment and degree outcomes.

The Big Reveal

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Please feel free to drop by the AGO for our  "Big Reveal": These are the student projects this semester from our new Fall 2017 Inclusive Design course: INCD Multi-sensory Studio/Seminar (taught this semester by Dr. Peter Coppin in collaboration with co-instructor Bev Dywan from Industrial Design with major contributions from our colleagues at the AGO). For this event, student work will be co-located in the museum with the art pieces that they correspond to. Please see the attached map from our AGO colleagues.

This semester we focused on developing prototype multisensory translations/interpretations of art pieces and related cultural objects at the AGO. Students formed into groups and used co-creation technique to develop prototypes that engaged aural, tactile, and olfactory perception, using a range of high and low tech approaches.  A number of these will become part of the AGO’s tactile tour. We were able to involve a range of stakeholders in the co-creation process, from the museum, the CNIB, and beyond. Students participated in this course from both local and remote locations, thus involving a diversity of student perspectives that would not have been possible otherwise.

Note that this is scheduled strategically on the evening that is open free of charge to the general public and so there will be a lot going on simultaneously. Hopefully, the attached map can help you find us. If you can't make it, I can update you on our result later!

Venue & Address: 
Art Gallery of Ontario. 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4
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Grad Studies Common Room October ---> "Stand By And" Exhibition

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

The October 19th edition of Common Room: "Stand by And", will feature the work of participating Digital Futures, Inclusive Design and Strategic Foresight & Innovation masters students. The theme is experimental, immersive, and digital artwork.

Performances by:

Adam Tindale

Afaq Ahmed

Artwork by:

Jen Serdetchnaia

Alana Boltwood

Kristi Poole-Adler

Samaa Ahmed

October 19th

6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Graduate Gallery, Ground Level, 205 Richmond Street West (Level G)

Cash bar + light refreshments provided.

What is Common Room?
Common Room is a monthly casual, comfortable and collegial social gathering for the graduate community of students and faculty.

Venue & Address: 
Grad Gallery (Level G) 205 Richmond St. W.
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